|Preach Around, Season 2, Episode 3: Science and Technology|
In this empirically spellbinding episode sure to make it into the Preach Around canon, we are introduced to our new quirky mechanical co-host, P.S.A.L.M. (Personal Scriptural Advancement And Loving/Learning Machine, depending on whom you talk to), a new, exciting, listener-driven segment for the show where callers tell us about their latest Jesus-sightings, and if they're proved correct after some in-depth scriptural scrutiny, they can win one of many amazing prizes...
Keywords: Preach Around; Science; Technology; Robots; Cyborgs; Sentient Beings; Homophobic Robots; Xenophobic Robots; Rebecca the Intern; Canine Rape; King of Queens; Jesus Sighting; Paul Patterson; Pot Roast; Mike Moskowitz; Steve Kaye; Adam Papagan; Bree Hemingway; Psalms; TGIF; Bertrude Parsleypants
|TEA PARTY RACISM: What The Media Won't Show You About Teabagger Racism - Ronald David Jackson|
DOCUMENTED: Tea Party Racism - Fake grass roots (astroturf) organization grows out of a hatred of non-whites and hatred of a black president. Post this video to your blog or website. Help get the word out about the TRUTH regarding Tea Party Racism. TEA PARTY RACISM: America's corporate media has been covering up the fact that the Tea Party is based on bigotry, hatred and especially racism toward African-Americans...
Keywords: Tea Party; Teabaggers; racist; racism; bigotry; bigot; hatred; anti-immigrant; anti-African; chauvinist; Nazi; unenlightened; chauvinism; bias; anti-Semitic; homophobic; neo-Nazi; ignorance; ethnocentric; fascist; fascism; anti-Muslim; Muslim; African; African-American; anti-Blacks; Sarah; Palin; GOP; right-wing; conservatives; Republicans; fringe; anti-Christian; un-Christian; un-American; anti-American; anti-Patriotic; jingoism; defectors; turncoats; Parkinson's; xenophobe; xenophobic
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|People United - June 22, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features Nicole Guidotti-Hernandez, Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, on her book _Unspeakable Violence: U.S. and Mexican National Imaginaries_, which examines racial and gender violence along the border from 1851 to 1910 and its contribution to notions of national identity and empire in both countries. She spoke at BookWoman in Austin, Texas, on April 17, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Nicole Guidotti-Hernandez; Unspeakable Violence; US and Mexican National Imaginaries; national identity; nationality; nationalism; race; gender; sexuality; class; Indian; indigenous; people of color; white; whiteness; Eurocentric; Eurocentrism; Hispaniphilic; masculinism; masculinist; feminism; feminist; patriarchal; patriarchy; empire; imperialism; colonialism; expansion; United States; US; American; Mexico; Mexican; nineteenth century; twentieth century; nativism; nativist; xenophobic; immigrant; immigration; violence; oppression; framing; historiography; terms of debate; multi-cultural; diversity; social movement; social justice; hierarchy; Camp Grant Massacre; Arizona; Apache; rape; mass murder; women; children; Sonora; borderlands; torture; Yaqui; men; genocide; lynching; SB 1070; Ms Magazine; education; Tucson; University of Arizona; Texas; Tejano Monument; The Alamo; history; current events
|People United 2013 Aug 16 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation about detained immigrants in the United Kingdom, and their reliance on music workshops in the facilities holding them, with Julia Morris, who begins her doctorate in anthropology in the fall of 2013 at the University of Oxford. She spoke at the KOOP Studio on August 3, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Julia Morris; anthropology; anthropological; fieldwork; field; interdisciplinary; research; music; workshop; immigration; immigrant; security; securitize; securitise; detention; detainee; detained; removal; center; centre; IRC; law of exception; civil rights; human rights; government; governmental; nongovernmental; nonprofit; organization; organisation; NGO; Music in Detention; British; Great Britain; England; Labor; Conservative; Tory; politics; media; portrayal; tabloid; Britishness; whiteness; race; racial; ethnic; ethnicity; national; nationality; origin; identity; demographic; cultural; multicultural; xenophobic; xenophobia; panic; fear; fearism; vilify; humanize; humanise; framing; staff; officer; prison; imprisonment; abolition; education; educate; critical; affective; performative; performance; agency; third; space; time; utopia; resistance; tactic; tactical; protest; emancipatory; contain; containment; dialectical; contradiction; hegemony; hegemonic; power; ideology; Antonio Gramsci; Gramscian; Michel Foucault; Foucauldian; Michel de Certeau; Homi K Bhabha; Homi Bhabha; Tia DeNora; School of Oriental and African Studies; SOAS; University of London; University of Oxford; Grassroots Leadership; CCA; Corrections Corporation of America; comparative; international; United States; United Kingdom; current events